Zero Live at Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom on 2007-01-18
II: Nancy Germany, Many Rivers to Cross, Sun Sun Sun, Like a Rolling Stone > Just My Imagination > Like a Rolling Stone, Listen Here > That's What Love Will Make You Do
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|Watching the River Flow|
|Many Rivers to Cross|
|Sun Sun Sun|
|Like a Rolling Stone > Just My Imagination > Like a Rolling Stone|
|Listen Here >|
|That's What Love Will Make You Do|
Steve Kimock - guitars
Greg Anton - drums
Martin Fierro - sax, vocals
Melvin Seals - keys
Liam Hanrahan - bass
John Morgan Kimock - drums
Donna Jean Godchaux-Mackay - vocals
Arnie Green - guitar, vocals
Jerry Joseph - guitar, vocals
** 16 Bit Recording **
- 24 Bit version is here: www.archive.org/details/zero2007-01-18.mbho.flac24
- 2007-01-20 16:58:22
- MT2496 > USB > SoundForge > Wavelab > CDWave > FLAC16
- Denver, CO
- Run time
- Taped by
- Eric Foelske
- Transferred by
- Eric Foelske
Subject: Capfest '07
Bill and Nada's at 4am for breakfast, Jerry? See ya' there.
A four for the music and a two for the room.
Subject: It's sad that....
This music is timeless...just as is all music Kimock plays with anybody. The sound quality of this is fine considering it's Cervantes. This was a solid run from what I've heard so far.
Subject: Jerry's Own Words...
"These are the stupidest fucking shows I've ever done"
I think that about says it all.
Subject: All Good Art is Controversial
Subject: Amazing 3 day run!
fairtheewell - c
Subject: less than zero
all part of the plan
i'm sure railroad earth digs yer heady vibes brah
thanks and praises wookie
Subject: Bring on the next 10 years!
I've listened to this recording, and given the room that Cervantes is, it is about as good as one is going to get. Thank you for putting it up for all to listen to in the future. The Theme > Cross is exceptional and just goes to show Zero can still do in 2007 what they were doing in 1997.
I would highly recommend 1/19/07 and 1/20/07 once they are available - just as good if not better performances than 1/18/07.
Subject: The whiner's lament
Jerry didn't beg to be in this washed up band to begin with. He was ASKED to do it. You & other retards writing comments like this make it seem like Jerry hijacked your 10 years past its prime wank fest of a band & used some mythical power to be allowed to grace the stage for 1-2 songs a set. GET IT THROUGH YOUR HEAD: YOUR FACE MELTING GUITAR GOD KIMOCK ASKED HIM TO BE IN THE BAND.
Sheet music? You're really whining about him using sheet music? Well I guess I need to sift through your other reviews on the archive trashing Garcia's use of a teleprompter with the Dead, Weir's use of one now with Ratdog ON SONGS HE FUCKING WROTE HIMSELF (hey man, I'm starting to dig this all caps thing, thanks for the idea) & Phil for using teleprompters & sheet music with Phil & Friends since he started the band (damn those hacks Warren Haynes & Jimmy Herring for using sheetmusic with Phil). Jerry has written 200+ of his own songs & he has to use sheet music to sing some retreated cover tunes? Cry me a river.
Follow Panic around? Jerry maybe plays 10 shows a year opening for or playing after Panic & considering that they cover a bunch of tunes he wrote why would that be suprising. Next thing you know you'll be bitching that rock musicians use drugs ... oh yea, you whined about that too.
1 star review for RRE"420"
4.5 star recording Eric
Subject: Hell yeah
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